How to get rid of bags and dark circles around eyes
Dark circles around the eyes can make you look much older than you are, giving off a ‘constantly tired’ look. But did you know this problem isn’t always a result of fatigue? Dark circles under the eyes are unfortunately a very common problem that can be caused by an array of things, such as allergies, fatigue and ageing.
It’s important we understand which one applies to you to understand which treatments will help. Most people at some point in their lives are affected by dark circles under their eyes.
While dark circles are not dangerous to your health, they can bring on psychological effects on how you see yourself and how others perceive you, despite warnings not to make first impressions from the way others look, the reality is that virtually everyone does it.
There are numerous treatments available that will reduce the appearance of dark circles under your eyes. Some are easy and others are a bit more challenging. However, the result will be that you’ll no longer look as tired and worn-out, restoring your face’s natural glow.
Skin Peels can address skin pigmentation, Medical Microdermabrasion can treat thick and dull skin. Massages are also a good treatment as they can promote lymphatic drainage and help with fluid retention.
When treating dark circles, we ensure clients maintain realistic expectations of the results they can achieve with the selection of treatments available.
Our specialists may also suggest dermal fillers. We only use FDA approved Juvederm dermal filler products which have consistently demonstrated safety, efficiency and predictability. At Medispa S10 these are only ever injected by a qualified doctor or nurse prescriber.
See how Medispa S10 can work with you to remove those dark circles for good here.